The Crow's Nest Inn and Restaurant
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I had a moment of disorientation when Addie woke me up this morning. Apparently I brought the wrong phone charger on the trip, and my phone was almost dead last night so I turned it off before bed to save the battery. When I turned it back on to check the time, it said it was 10 o'clock! I couldn't believe I'd slept 12 hours, much less that Addie had been that patient. But there it was. It took me about 10 minutes of rushing around to realize that the phone ...
... around or sitting on the red bleachers. We joined them for a while to people-watch, which was the main activity.
It was a perfect warm evening, but we awoke on Saturday morning to a steady rain. However, we were prepared with an umbrella as we set off to find the ticket booth in Times Square to purchase theatre tickets. Of the many options available we chose to see the musical 'Chicago', the longest-running show ...
... they would have known then, so anything they say is equivalent to their time period. That place was very interesting. We had to leave early to continue the journey. After this we travelled two miles to Plimoth rock where they had the Mayflower 2 that was built in Brixham in the seventies and sailed across to be based here. They have people on board here telling the story of the original voyage, they had originally set out with ...
... Groton Long Point, Noank, Mystic, and Stonington. We also saw some beautiful homes and cottages along the way.
September 13, we transitioned to Black Bear Campground in Florida, NY.
September 14, we moved from Florida to the West Chester/Philadelphia ...
... it will be a great place to stay. Quiet and off the beaten path, but not too far from I-95.
Today, Molly and we first drove south to the Watch Hill Lighthouse. The lighthouse has served as a nautical beacon for ships since 1745, when the Rhode Island colonial government erected a watchtower and beacon during the French and Indian War and Revolutionary War. Destroyed in a 1781 storm, plans were discussed to build a new lighthouse ...